c) Resuscitation instructions.
d) Resuscitation equipment (resuscitube or equivalent).
e) First-aid kit.
f) High-voltage disconnect (hot) stick.
g) Fifteen-foot (5 m) length of 1/2-inch diameter (1 cm) natural or synthetic fiber
h) Rubber gloves.
i) Insulated fuse puller.
j) Nonmetallic flashlight.
k) Grounding stick.
l) Safety posters and bulletins.
m) Portable nonconductive warning signs with nonconductive hangers.
n) Fire extinguisher (refer to par. 2.12).
Safety Warning Signs/Danger Tags. This paragraph discusses the use of warning
signs on high-voltage equipment, and lists some recommendations.
"DANGER--HIGH-VOLTAGE" Sign. These signs (see Figure 1) should be
permanently placed on all fixed electrical equipment where potentials of 500 volts or more
terminal-to-ground are exposed. Signs should be placed in a conspicuous location.
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"DANGER HIGH-VOLTAGE" Sign